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Much like #womensmarch, this hashtag referred to the March more generally, but specified the year of the march. It tells researchers little about motivations or if the Twitter user attended though.
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The frequency of this word speaks to the prevalence of concerns about anti-Semitism at the March. However, it is unclear if people were criticizing or defending the march with just numerical data.
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Though protesters may have been using the phrase as a verb, it is likely that they were referencing Donald Trump. While most protesters expressed condemnation for Trump, supporters of Trump could have challenged the march with a tweet using #womenswave